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show for you. we have lloyd blank fine coming up at 8:00. those are the big things happen here on squawk. we also have. >> news for you, mario draghi making some comments that a lot of people are paying attention to this morning. an upbeat speech he gave, pretty optimistic. some people calling it a bit of a mystery lap, talking about a possibly recovery starting six months out from now. so we're going to see what that is all about and we're going to bring steve liesman in in just a mip. before we do that, i want to take a listen to what mario draghi had to say. >> the level of economic activity is in the process of stabilizing at very low levels. and we foresee a recovery for -- in the second part of the year. we can have a positive development if national governments will persevere in their actions. both in fiscal consolidation, but especially now on the front of structural reforms. >> steve liesman is here with a little bit more on this, but you're not wearing long underwear. >> no. but i have any gloves on. >> you're a little cold. >> we've been standing out here for a while
while lloyd michaels was serving in europe during world war ii. love letters he would send home to his young wife and the heart-felt notes she would send in return. >> sweetheart, i love you with all my heart. >> your devoted hubby mike. god bless you, marian. >> tender words safely kept locked in a trunk. but in the 1970s, a thieve broke into their home and the trunk was part of what was stolen. >> love letters, how anybody could steal our love letters. >> what they didn't know, decades later, the letters ended up in the hands of a stamp collector. when he died, the collector's son began searching for the two names signed at the bottom of those letters. finding lloyd through his military service number and lloyd remembers that call. >> he says i have something of yours. i've got a box of letters. >> marian had sent him a letter nearly every day during the war. every day she would look in the mail for confirmation her husband was alive. >> it just brings back all those memories and the tension and the not knowing. >> it's very emotional for us. >> the michaels were just 18 and 19 when
while lloyd michael was serving in europe during world war ii. love letters he would send home to his young wife and the heart felt notes she would send in return. >> sweetheart, i love you with all my heart. >> your devoted hub be, mike. god bless you, marion. >> tender words safely kept locked in a trunk. but in the 1970s a thief broke into their home and the trunk was just part of what was stolen, gone were all of the words they shared during the war. >> our love letters. how anybody could steel our love letters. >> what they didn't know was decades later, the letters ended up in the hands of a stamp collector. when he died, the collector's son started searching for those two names signed at the bought m to of the letters, lloyd and marion finding lloyd through his military service member and lloyd remembers that call. >> he says i have something of yours. i've got of box of letters. >> marion sent lloyd a letter nearly every day during the war and every day marion would look in the mail for confirmation her husband was alive. >> it just brings back all of those memories and the te
. >> there are hundreds of them, handwritten letters from the 1940s sent while lloyd michael was serving in europe during world war ii. love letters he would send home to his young wife and the heart felt notes she would send in return. >> sweetheart, i love you with all my heart. >> your devoted hub be, mike. god bless you, marion. >> tender words safely kept locked in a trunk. but in the 1970s a thief broke into their home and the trunk was just part of what was stolen, gone were all of the words they shared during the war. >> our love letters. how anybody could steel our love letters. >> what they didn't know was decades later, the letters ended up in the hands of a stamp collector. when he died, the collector's son started searching for those two names signed at the bought m to of the letters, lloyd and marion finding lloyd through his military service member and lloyd remembers that call. >> he says i have something of yours. i've got of box of letters. >> marion sent lloyd a letter nearly every day during the war and every day marion would look in the mail for confirmation her husband was alive. >>
while lloyd michael was serving in the army air corps in europe during world war ii. love letters he would send home to his young wife and the heartfelt notes she would send in return. >> sweetheart, i love you with all my heart. >> your devoted hubby, mike. god bless you, marian. >> reporter: tender words safely kept locked in a trunk. in the 1970s a thief broke into their home and the trunk was part of what was stolen. gone were all the words they shared during the war. >> our love letters. how anybody could steal our love letters. >> reporter: what they didn't know, decades later the letters ended up in the hand of a stamp collector. when he died the collector's son began searching for the two names signed at the bottom of the letters, lloyd and marian. finding lloyd through his military service number. and lloyd remembers that call. >> he says, "i have something of yours. i have got a box of letters." >> reporter: marian sent lloyd a letter nearly every day during the war. every day marian would look in the mail for confirmation her husband was alive. >> it just brings back all t
. >> lloyd is a cross guard on 85th avenue an area known for violence and worries about the kids long after he safely gets them across the street. >> j.d. thinks the community needs money for programs not consultants. he runs a program at baptist church called "change the killing zone to the living zone." they should have the community involved. he should not have been selected. that is my opinion. city hall was packed with people hoping to influence the vote. they filled 4 overflow rooms supporters say look at the record. >> he brought crime down in l.a. and helped to get minority people working. the complaint levels went down. >> opponents worry about his style of policing. he supported the stop-and-frisk speak. oakland's mayor and police chief say that will not be allowed. >> this is -- there is racial profiling in oakland. >> he agrees that something needs to be done and is hoping this hire will turn out well. so is lloyd. >> if he can straighten up new york and los angeles he has to be doing something right. >> the contract is for $250,000. bratton is scheduled to start in february. li
. that is what we need. we have too much violence. >> lloyd is a cross guard on 85th avenue an area known for violence and worries about the kids long after he safely gets them across the street. >> j.d. thinks the community needs money for programs not consultants. he runs a program at baptist church called "change the killing zone to the living zone." they should have the community involved. he should not have been selected. that is my opinion. city hall was packed with people hoping to influence the vote. they filled 4 overflow rooms supporters say look at the record. >> he brought crime down in l.a. and helped to get minority people working. the complaint levels went down. >> opponents worry about his style of policing. he supported the stop-and-frisk speak. oakland's mayor and police chief say that will not be allowed. >> this is -- there is racial profiling in oakland. >> he agrees that something needs to be done and is hoping this hire will turn out well. so is lloyd. >> if he can straighten up new york and los angeles he has to be doing something right. >> the contract is for $250
: lloyd gardner is a respected rutgers historian who authored a major book on the kidnapping with a controversial theory about the crime. douglas: so lloyd, in a nutshell, what do you think really happened? what do i think really happened? i think that someone on the inside had to have coordinated what happened that night. and my conclusion is that charles lindbergh himself was involved in coordinating the kidnapping. narrator: as shocking as this sounds questions about lindbergh's behavior emerged soon after the kidnapping. he didn't trust the police and used his enormous influence to control them and the investigation. he even kept the ransom notes and negotiations with the kidnappers secret. so some people began to wonder if he was hiding something. but why would he want his own child kidnapped? lindbergh was very much involved in the eugenics movement. and i think lindbergh was very afraid that little charlie was not ever going to be a healthy young man. narrator: eugenicists believe in creating superior human beings by selectively breeding the smartes
sachs's lloyd blankfein not putting his money where his mouth is, embracing taxes during the whole discussion, but his board is making sure goldman execs won't have to pay higher taxes. they got their money early. is this another public relations blunder. the lowdown in just a bit. so we have ongoing webinars and interactive learning, plus, in-branch seminars at over 500 locations, where our dedicated support teams help you know more so your money can do more. [ rodger ] at scottrade, seven dollar trades are just the start. our teams have the information you want when you need it. it's another reason more investors are saying... [ all ] i'm with scottrade. it's another reason more investors are saying... i've always had to keep my eye on her... but, i didn't always watch out for myself. with so much noise about health care... i tuned it all out. with unitedhealthcare, i get information that matters... my individual health profile. not random statistics. they even reward me for addressing my health risks. so i'm doing fine... but she's still going to give me a heart attack. we're mo
assistant. he hires a promising young man from boston named william lloyd garrison a and he teaches william lloyd garrison you how to be journalist and report about slavery. benjamin lundy died in obsecurity and william lloyd garrison became one of the most influential abolitionists and journalists of the 19th century. he is a character in this book too. another thing you probably think the only important thing that francis scott key did in his life was write the lyrics to "the star-spangled banner". wrong again. after francis scott key wrote the lyrics to "the star-spangled banner" in 1814 he went on to long interesting career in politics which is completely unknown to most people. francis scott key really was kind of a modern washington character. after he became famous in 1814 for writing "the star-spangled banner", he did what people in washington usually do he parlayed his fame into lucrative law practice. he parlayed his lucrative law practice into political connections and parlayed his political connections into a john. that was the culmination of francis scott key's political career
with the case. george washington university is mourning the loss of its former president. lloyd elliott died tuesday at george washington university hospital. he was a president from 1955- 1988 and is credited with the school's endowment from $8 million to $200 million in 19 88. he was 94-years old. 35 degrees now. >> the countdown is on for sunday's big game against seattle. redskins gearing up. how about the fans? we will talk about the >> i am excited. finally going to the show again. hail to the redskins. "good morning washington." >> are just four days away from that huge matchup between our washington redskins and the seattle seahawks. the question now is whether or not you can still get a ticket. >> and can you afford that ticket? staggering prices for sure. tom has the details for us. >> at somers grow and sports public, the focus has been college football but normally the manager says it is all about the redskins. it will be this sunday. >> we have a group of friends getting together to watch it. >> let's say you want to go to the game but you do not have a ticket. how much will the
has 32, so there's much more redundancy. lloyd: we're targeting a completion date of 2012 for tunnel 3. and we already are starting to prepare to take tunnel 1 offline. narrator: the construction of tunnel 3 is vital for maintaining the sustainability of new york's drinking water infrastructure. but the pipeline is useless if there's not a reliable supply of clean water within it. hurwitz: the city bought up land around the reservoirs to prevent it from development. it provides assistance to local residents to see that there's no pollution of the reservoirs. it's much more cost effective to prevent pollution and to protect a source of water than to remove it at the drinking water treatment plant. lloyd: what epa said to us was, "you can have an exemption from filtration "if you keep this undeveloped, "and if you can manage the wastewater so that it does not pollute your water supply." and we feel that we've reached the point where we can really keep it clean enough to drink unfiltered for the indefinite future. and new york city is in a small club of cities that actually have that filt
other as newlyweds. lloyd and judy had written the letters. the letters were in a trunk that had been stolen. >> it's very emotional. like she said marvelous memories of getting the letters but hellish time. >> lloyd says if the lord gives them enough time they intend to reread all of those letters. >> french actor gerard depardue moves closer to his homeland. >>> same-sex marriage overseas. the country to become the first in asian to legally recognize same-sex marriage. >>> the rain clouds have moved out of the bay area. coming up at 10:37, the temperature change you can expect for tomorrow. where the fog will be for the morning commute and when shower chances resurface on our five day forecast. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy. i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your
. you're going to sail this saturday. and mr. lloyd and mrs. lloyd. thanks for letting us come in here. really appreciate it. you're an electrical contractor, too. right? >> i'm electrical for 26 years. we do lots of big projects. we dot lots of industrial and commercial and residential. >> so you have to get a california special license. you have to be a special licensee to do electrical what is that license? >> yes. i have a c-10 licen and b license. >> b is a general contractor's license. >> yes. more interesting for me, i do a lot of c-10 for electrical. >> about three, four years ago you opened up a supply house. >> we opened e & e electric for around five years. >> you don't have so many guys out on the field any more. >> no more. i just have a lot of contractors. they come in for a lot of questions about national code. so if i understand, i tell them whatever i know. my knowledge. >> i think it's actually terrific that the person selling the equipment is somebody who is trained and experienced and has been working the field for so many years. >> i try to do my best. if i know, i
in america. warren buffett, ceo of berkshire hathaway and lloyd blankfein, ceo of goldman sachs created a quickie business school for entrepreneurs. joining us on set this morning is liz gardner of the women's business development center. good morning to you and you actually help to promote this school. we do. absolutely. this is sort of like a mini mba. the women's business development center has been in the chicagoland area for about 26 years. we partnered with goldman sachs and the ten thousand small business program to get our clients involved with learning more about how to work on their business instead of in their business. so, help us to work the system. absolutely. how can someone gain entrance to these very special classes? well, its very interesting, there's an application process and what we're doing on january 23rd is we're helping applicants fill out there applications and learn more about the program here at our center on 8 south michigan avenue. but primarily what you can do is go to the website www.wbdc.org and fill out the application. it's a very intensive application
. it is imogen lloyd webber. her later book is called "the twitter diaries" and if hilarity was a trendy nightclub i would enter him from the rear when no one is looking. it is dan soder and he is considered a garnish. it is bill schulz. and he is so sharp he poops darts. sitting next to me daily beast cultural news editor michael moynihan. and he is a big jerk, blah, blah, blah, pinch. >> how tourists can avoid the traps in rome. that's all the news that's fit to print in italian. intern porch, do you know words in italia? >> chef-boy-r-dee. >> okay, that's an american canned food. >> mario and luis gee. >> those are two nintendo created stereo type. >> claw midyaw. >> that might be italian. >> that's pretty bad. >> a block. the lede. that's the first story. >> it is not getting any better. >> educational. >> i keep retiring it, and it keeps coming back just like the al paw chino -- al pacino of talking newspapers. >>> the federal court of appeals has spoken in indiana law from banning social networks is deemed unconstitutional. the court ruled indiana, the state, went too far in bannin
roll call. >> for the record director lloyd has a scheduling conflict and will not be present and director mett calf. >> present. >> director reiskin. >> present. >> director sartipi. >> present. >> director ortiz >> present. >> supervisor kim? >> present >> any communications today? any new or old business from the board of directors? seeing none we'll move on to the executive director's report. >> good morning everyone and happy new year. we begin our january board meeting like we do every year with an update of what we did the previous year and what the plan is for the current year 2013. you have in front of you a powerpoint on this, and we start with just giving you a contents of what we're going to go over. we're going to go over the 2012 mile stops and accomplishments, current costs and schedule status, plant for 2013. sarah will give a report on our sbes and how we have been doing there. scott will report on our community work and all the outreach we have doing with our residents, neighbors and businesses. and the business report and where we'll be in 2013? be
-13 at the half. brady through for a 344 yards, three t.d.'s, this one to lloyd. the player of the game is shane vereen. watch this catch. the cal product, 124 total yards of offense and three t.d.s, 41-28 the final. >> better late than never. the national hockey league lockout ended yesterday and teams wasted no time getting back to work, train can camps opening today. today players practiced in front of a packed house. then it was back to work. the boys have only seven days to prepare for the season opener in calgary on sunday. this is the first time the entire team has been together since the first round playoff exit and it's good to be back. >> it's a different feeling, feeling so scattered here over the lockout. definitely a good feeling. >> guys know what to expect. today was a good start. guys in shape, we'll be ready to go. >> mike: big game at basketball, tell you more at 6:00. >> ama: nobody thought an historic cannon in new1 >> ama: on abc news at 6:00, an outage at a horrible time. the bay area senior center has been without hot water for days. join us for that at 6:00. a worker at n
'll take a roll call vote. director lloyd? >> aye. >> director mett kav? metcalf? >> aye. >> we'll have to carry this forward. >> so we'll take a motion to continue this item to the next board meeting. >> so moved. >> we have a motion and i believe we can do that -- >> what will change next time? >> the two will always abstain because they weren't here. >> i wasn't able to attend the meeting. >> what will change? >> i apologize. >> so you may review the meeting minutes that are available online and confirm that the meeting minutes accurately reflect the activity. >> okay. >> >> so we have a motion to continue this item until january and we will do so without opposition. do we have any other items to review? >> that does conclude your agenda today. >> meeting adjourned and happy holidays to everybody. [ gavel ] >> there are kids and families ever were. it is really an extraordinary playground. it has got a little something for everyone. it is aesthetically billion. it is completely accessible. you can see how excited people are for this playground. it is very special. >> o
. brady threw for 344 yards and three t.d.es. this one tobroken don lloyd for the play and player of the graham. shane vereen, great throw by brady, even better catch by vereen. first patriot to score three t.d.s in a playoff game. the patriots get the ravens for the second straight year. >> better late than never. the nhl lockout officially ended yesterday, and the teams wasted no time getting back to work at training camp opened today. this afternoon, players practice in front of a packed house on sharks ice, giving the fans a salute to thank them for their patience. then it was back to work. the boys in teal have only seven days to prepare for the season opener in calgary. the first time the entire team has been together since the playoff and it and they're excited to be back. >> get can back to town, knowing that everybody is here. feeling so scattered here over the lockout. definitely a good feeling. >> guys know what to expect. today was a good start. be ready. >> big game hoops. stanford put their 81-game win streak against con friday opponents on the line against seventh r
death case, brought by the family of paul van alfen and charlene jones lloyd. toyota camry. slammed into a wall in utah back in 2010. a school bus crashes into a motel swimming pool! it happened this afternoon the bus at the time of the accident. school district officials say, the bus was on its way to pick up students, when the driver lost control, hit a utility pool and landed in the pool. the driver was treated for cuts and bruises. heat at lakers gary radnich is coming up next with sports. >> good evening, everybody. here we go, kobe bryant. a little bit battered. and this guy, james. we have never seen him do the things that he does encored with 39 points. eight assists. he had a difficult time however, but james he is good. between wanye his 31st birthday. the lakers 99, 90 lebron a change you are looking at the greatest player in the world. and prior to five games on television, santa clara used to be a good and big parts at these 3 lebron gets free on the 4th quarter, 90-87 mia 4 bryant - missed a lot of shots tonight but hit them santa clara at usf 1 pete newell banner in t
in the third. including this one to brandon lloyd. pliarlg of the game, great throw and better catch. 41-28 and they get the ravens for a rematch of last year. >>> i guess we can say better late than never. national hockey league walkout is over. training camp is over tonight. it starts practice and packed house giving their fans a salute. then it's back to work. seven days to prepare for the opener in calgary. first time the teams are back since their exit and they are excited. >> getting back to town and knowing everybody is here it's a different feeling. it's been scattered since the walkout. >> it will be come presentsed. today was a good start. guys are in shape. we'll be ready to go. >> first major of the year, australian open, venus williams defeated her opponent. she had 21 winners and finishes with a backhand winner and moves on. maria sharapova and a winner in straight sets. we'll tee it up as another rookie wins in hawaii. we'll see you at 11:00. >>> an oscar contender claimed the top spot. who came out on top. and tomorrow on "good morning america," robin roberts these sweet
for the record that director sartipi has a scheduling conflict and will not be present today. director lloyd? >> present. >> director metcalf? >> present. >> director reiskin. >> present. >> vice-chair ortiz? >> present. >> and chair kim? >> present. >> madame chair you have a quorum. >> thank you. do you have any communications this morning? >> none that i'm aware of. >> is there any new or old business from the board of directors? seeing none let's move on to the executive director's report. >> good morning everyone. i would like to begin my report this morning on this last board meeting of the year by dedicating our board meeting in the memory of mike nevin, who recently left us. mike was one of our founding board members way back when we created the transbay joint powers authority and was very supportive over the years. he served as our first chairperson and was there with us in the initial years of moving the project forward. mike was a member of the caltrain board of directors and also a former san mateo county supervisor, mayor of daly city and san francisco police inspe
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